If you are planning a Great Smoky Mountains family vacation who need things to do with kids in the Smoky Mountains, then we put together this Smoky Mountains Vacation Guide with you in mind. As a family with three kids who are homeschooled, I’m always looking for fun and educational things to do with my kids when we visit the Smokies and, thankfully, there are always a ton of them.
Winter in the Smoky Mountains can be one of the best times to break away from the winter doldrums and enjoy smaller crowds. Here’s our list of special things to do in the Smoky Mountains in January.
A Tennessee Christmas in the Smoky Mountains means lights, lights, and more lights. So make sure you don’t miss all the amazing Smoky Mountains Christmas lights that will definitely get you in the festive mood this holiday season.
If your looking to explore the Smoky Mountains with your family in an adventurous way, consider taking one of the guided ATV trails in the Smoky Mountains. There are several outstanding places to take a guided ATV tour which is perfect if you have young family members who want to experience the thrill of an ATV trail riding in the Smokies, but may not be experienced enough to drive an ATV for themselves.
The Great Smoky Mountains never run out of beauty and are always ready to welcome everyone all year round. After the busier seasons of spring, summer, and fall, now comes Winter. So get your winter clothes ready because we’re about to explore the best things to do in Smoky Mountains in Winter.
Summertime is fast approaching and the Great Smoky Mountains are calling! What better way to enjoy this sunny season than experiencing what these wondrous mountains have to offer.
To get the most out of your trip to the Smokies, here is a guide about the things to do in the Smoky Mountains in the summer that is definitely one for the books.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is absolutely FREE to enter making it one of the best US National Parks for a family vacation. Since hiking is a great way to get the kids excited about the outdoors and the national park alone offers a week’s worth of hiking for families, here is a guide about the best Smoky Mountains hikes for kids.
If outdoor family vacations are your favorite vacation, then the Smoky Mountains have everything you need. As you can imagine, outdoor fun in the Smokies comes in all forms and activity levels. Here are 5 Smoky Mountains Outdoor Adventures that should not be missed.
With so many RV campgrounds to choose from in the Smoky Mountains, how do you know which Smoky Mountain campground to choose? In this post, we’ve gathered a few of the best kid-friendly Smoky Mountain Campgrounds as well as some of our other top favorite Tennessee campgrounds in the Smokies for you to check out.
Whether it be hiking, scenic drives, attractions, or festivals, there are things not to miss in every season in the Smoky Mountains. Here are a few of our favorite Smoky Mountain Attractions and ideas on when to visit them.